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Normally, during our Sun Spotting program, prominences are the showstopper, being more impressive than the sunspots. But this was reversed on Labor Day.
There are many websites out there promoting the idea that this eclipse is an apocalyptic sign or a fulfillment of biblical prophecy.
I have written about the flat-earth craze that has become popular. To believe that the earth is flat, one must believe in many other odd things.
The show stopper this year is the total solar eclipse on August 21. This is the first total solar eclipse visible from the continental US since 1979.
Several recent astronomy news stories demonstrate their presuppositions are no challenge to the biblical account of the origin of the universe.
Skiba noted the title of was “Is the Earth Flat?” and my “answer to that question was essentially, ‘The Earth is not flat and the Bible never said it was!’”